Update: Registration is tentatively closed.


We are currently exploring options for rescheduling or transitioning to a fully-online version of the 2020 conference.

 

 

Registration Includes

Workshop Day - Thursday July 16: Hot breakfast and boxed lunch, as well as coffee and snacks througout the day

Talk Day - Friday July 17: Hot breakfast and lunch, as well as coffee and snacks throughout the day

All attendess are welcome to attend the public reception with appetizers, wine & cheese on the evening of Thursday July 16th. 

 

Pricing - Early bird pricing ends June 12th 2020!

Early Bird July 16 (Workshops): $130

Early Bird July 17 (Talks): $130

Early Bird July 16 & 17 (Workshops + Talks): $250

Can't make it in person? We also over a LiveStream Video connectiong to the talks on July 17th for $55

Student and K-12 Teacher pricing: All students and K-12 teachers receive a 50% discount for the conference. Please use the discount code STUDENT50 when registering to receive this pricing. The discount code is entered at the top of the ticket type selection box.

 

Workshop Information

Attendees who register for workshops will participate in a joint morning session facilitated by Michelle Cadieux. We will then break into smaller groups for 3 workshop sessions. Attendees will need to chose from 8 potential workshops. Each of the workshops will be offered twice throughout the day. Please see the workshop titles and schedule below. For more detailed informatin, please see the Workshop page under the About Tab.

NOTE: You will be asked to pick your specific workshops and times when registering.

 

Morning Session 

Lessons learned from teaching a large introductory psychology course: What works, what doesn't, and what isn't worth the effor - Michelle Cadieux

Workshops

(1) Learning How to Learn Well: Health-Promoting Learning Strategies - Deena Kara Shaffer & Dr. Diana Brecher

(2) Practice Makes Perfect: Supporting Student-Generated MCQs with PeerWise - Paul Denny

(3) Think Before you Speak - Laura Cole

(4) Helping Students to See the “Transferable” Part of Transferable Skills - Tanya Martini

(5) Designing Learning Experiences to Support Cognitive Integration - Jennifer Meka

(6) Assessing Learning Inside and Outside the Classroom: Principles & Best-Practice - Amy Pachai

(7) Building NOTEoriety: How cognitive science can best inform note-taking practices - Irina Ghilic

(8) Taking the Big 3 into the Classroom - Dr. Faria Sana & Joe Kim

Schedule 

 Workshop 1 - 10:30am

 (1) Deena Kara Shaffer

 & Diana Brecher

 (2) Paul Denny  (4) Tanya Martini  (5) Jennifer Meka (7) Irina Ghillic

(8) FariaSana 

 & Joe Kim

 Workshop 2 - 1:00pm

 (1) Deena Kara Shaffer

 & Diana Brecher

 (3) Laura Cole  (4) Tanya Martini  (6) Amy Pachai (7) Irina Ghillic  
 Workshop 3 - 2:45pm  (2) Paul Denny  (3) Laura Cole  (5) Jennifer Meka  (6) Amy Pachai

(8) FariaSana 

 & Joe Kim

 

Please have your selections made before you begin registration. 

 

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